InterFraternity Council (IFC)
The goal of IFC and it’s officers is to promote cooperation, direction, and friendship among all members of the Greek community at USCA; and especially focuses on the needs and interests of all IFC organizations. The five basic purposes of IFC are: to promote the interests of IFC fraternities in social, academic, and civic matters; to serve as the representation between IFC fraternities and other areas of the campus, community, student groups, administration, and civic/local organizations; to coordinate and regulate all joint on-campus and off-campus activities of the social fraternities; to serve as a fraternal forum for the exchange of ideas between members and organizations; and to accentuate all positive aspects of fraternal life.
For more information about IFC and the chapters at USCA contact IFC President, Brooks Flickinger at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Greek Life Advisor, Angel Miano, at email@example.com.
Men interested in joining an IFC fraternity at USC Aiken must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA if they have less than 24 credit hours or a 2.0 GPA if they have 25 credit hours or more. For more information about Fraternity Recruitment contact the Vice President of Recruitment for IFC, Michael Evans, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vice President of Recruitment
Vice President of Administration/Public Relations